To offer a quick explanation I am all of the following:
Yes. I have a BSc in Computer Science, a MSc in Software Engineering and I
am currently writing my thesis in Theoretical Computer Science.
I enjoy learning about type-systems, writing type-checkers and working with dependently-typed programming languages and theorem-provers. But I also pride myself in writing elegant programs to solve more real-world problems. So I would like to think that I can be both a Computer Scientist and a Software Engineer and that the combination of those two makes for a great result.
Knowing the theory behind programming languages and having solved many problems with different languages have exposed me to many languages. Amongst the languages I have used to solve some kind of problems with are:
I have benefitted greatly from the wealths of Open Source Software
that exists, so it is only fair I try and contribute something back.
I have contributed to the following projects:
I have also created a few projects myself what have been released as
Open Source Software. The most significant of these are
RelAlg.js which is a
web- and CLI-application for evaluating Relational Algebra expressions.
To my knowledge it is the only such tool that contains a static
type-checker and interactive error-highlighting.
A list of all my projects can be found at github.com/fangel.
I have worked full-time for IDG Denmark A/S where I helped launch their
Xoops/PHP-based platform in 2006.
More recently I worked as the lead-developer for Mediehuset Ingeniøren A/S where I helped design, build and launch their new Drupal/PHP based platform in 2012.
While studying for both my BSc and MSc I worked part-time for Mediehuset Ingeniøren A/S for a combined 5 years. I have also TA'ed two classes, one on introduction to databases at University of Copenhagen and one on database tuning for the IT University of Copenhagen
I enjoy solving a hard and interesting problem by thinking, fiddling and implementing proof-of-concept solutions. If I solve a interesting problem, I sometimes write an article explaining the problem and the solution. These write-ups can be found at fangel.github.io.
What I enjoy most in a job is being given free range to come up with a
proof-of-concept solution to a certain problem such that it can be assessed
if more resources should be spent implementing a real solution.
Spending a day or two to rapidly build a prototype can sometimes help the understanding and discussion of a proposal or problem. I would like to think that this is where I shine.
Yes, I am currently living in Copenhagen, Denmark with my lovely
I have been living in Copenhagen ever since starting my BSc at the University of Copenhagen in 2007. For those interested, I live in the neighborhood of Nørrebro.